Only four schools remain for Georgia's number 22 rated prospect. Running Back D.J. Adams has taken visits, looked up and down his offer list, thought things over, and he is now ready to make that big decision.
"I will be committing at Norcross High School on Monday July 21 at 11:30am EST," said Adams. "I thought early on that I would be waiting things out and taking official visits, but I have decided that I am ready to make my decision now."
The 5-foot-10, 220-pound back has a long list of offers, he has taken the time to visit numerous schools during the spring and summer, so he feels there is no better time than now to make that big decision.
"I just did not see anything changing for me in recruiting and I have been leaning to a school for about three weeks now, so I know I am ready to commit. I have thought about things and I am looking forward to Monday."
Adams has it down to four schools. Clemson, LSU, Maryland, and Notre Dame are his final four and he breaks each school down for us here.
Clemson: "The coaching staff is nice, they are a top notch program, they are close to home, and they use their running backs well."
LSU: "I love the coaches there – they have the best staff I have scene. I really like LSU a lot and they win a lot of games."
Maryland: "I had a good visit to Maryland and I just like the school. I think they are a school that could do some good things in the future."
Notre Dame: "The tradition there is unbelievable. The fans are great, the hype of Notre Dame is crazy, and my visit there was very nice."
In just a matter of days, the three-star back out of the Peach State will share his decision with the world. He has a plan on how he break the news to everyone.
"I will have four hats out on the table and make my decision that way," he noted. "I am really happy with my decision and I think Monday is going to be a great day. When I pick that hat up, I will be very excited."
Adams will not be the only Norcross prospect committing on Monday July 21, Prince Kent will announce the school that he chooses during that same press conference.